10 experiences to expect in Singapore

Responding to the changes and trends after the Covid-19 pandemic, Singapore is "reimagining" travel experiences with new standards, bringing a new island nation to visitors.

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Changi Airport and Jewel Changi Airport: Prior to the pandemic, Changi and Jewel Changi airports have been assessed as transforming global aviation, turning the airport from being just a hub to an exciting experience, with a variety of unique attractions such as tropical gardens, the world's tallest indoor waterfall Rain Vortex ... This place is being equipped with modern technology to become a contactless and advanced safety standard airport to meet the needs of post-pandemic travelers. Photo: Istock.

Aqua Gastronomy restaurant at SEA Aquarium: A culinary experience at Aqua Gastronomy will give visitors an unforgettable experience, from fanciful views like a castle on the ocean floor to a menu of a variety of premium dishes. In addition, the domes where dining will be arranged in compliance with a distance of 1.5 meters, to ensure the safety of customers. Photo: Singapore Tatler.

Apple Marina Bay Sands Store: As the first Apple floating store in the world, the unique design of Apple Marina Bay Sands allows visitors to see the panoramic view of Marina Bay. Skylights and windows make the most of natural light, providing a comfortable and friendly shopping experience. Currently, the store still strictly implements safety management measures such as keeping distance, sterilization, limiting human density, and checking temperature ... Photo: Stirworld.

Design Orchard Art Center: Designed in a modern style, Design Orchard is where you can find international quality creations by local brand designers, from cosmetics to furniture to fashion clothes. Besides, this is also the venue for events and exhibitions for the Singapore creative and arts community. During and after the pandemic, Design Orchard also made many changes to meet the national standard SG Clean, certified for clean hygiene, ensuring experience and safety for visitors. Photo: SilverKris.

Food Folks @ Lau Pa Sat cuisine center: With an area of more than 7,000 m2 divided into many areas, this complex not only gives visitors the opportunity to experience traditional and modern Singaporean cuisine, but also a place to shop and play at a reasonable price. Currently, the center still applies anti-epidemic rules such as wearing a mask, table space spacing, SG Clean hygiene standards ... Photo: NUTC.

Southern Ridges walking trail: This route is about 10 km long, taking visitors to explore Singapore's famous green parks, gardens and hills. In particular, the Henderson Waves pedestrian bridge will immerse you in the green and fresh air. This is also an important destination in the plan of transforming into a city in the heart of nature, with nature as part of the urban landscape. Photo: CNTraveler.

MacRitchie Reservoir Park: MacRitchie Reservoir Park is an ideal destination for nature lovers and outdoor activities. Here, visitors can follow the trail of the same name in the nature reserve Central Catchment, or enjoy a panoramic view from the Treetop Walk aerial bridge. In the future, visitors will be more likely to seek green experiences. This is also a focus Singapore is aiming for in the process of "reimagining" tourism. Photo: Timeout.

Visit Dempsey Hill: As a famous coffee and restaurant district of Singapore, it is located on a green campus and not too far from Orchard Road. Guests can enjoy a relaxing day here, learn about the history of Dempsey, enjoy coffee and dine at Michelin-starred restaurant Candlenut, before shopping at retail chain Dover Street Market Singapore . Photo: CNTraveler.

Discovering street art: As a wonderful environment for the creative world, Singapore offers visitors the opportunity to admire impressive street art works, unique murals ... A special secret awaits visitors, bringing you memorable and inspirational moments. Photo: Theculturetrip.

"Photo hunting" in unique destinations: For tourists, especially the young, the photos become an indispensable part of traveling. Singapore has countless impressive destinations for you to visit and take pictures, such as the Old Hill Street police station or Fort Canning. Do not forget to save these destinations for great photos in the future. Photo: VisitSingapore.


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